Life is rough for the Xperia X10. When released (overseas, anyway), it was top-of-the-line hardware, chained to an outdated version of Android, and we still have no idea if it supports multitouch. The custom overlay (TimeScape) is beautiful, but it really hampers performance. We all want to love it, but it's hard. It just got harder since Google has updated the Android Market.
Seems like the new and improved version of the Market wont run on the X10, with users waiting forever as it fails to load. Sony Ericsson was quick to address the issue via their Facebook page, telling users to uninstall the updates for the Android Market. But, as we all know, the Market auto-updates -- leading some users into an endless loop, and no Android Market on their expensive phone. I've reached out to SE, but short of keeping the updates for the Market uninstalled, I have no advice to offer to help. This one needs addressed -- if not from SE, then from Google, who may be able to halt the updates for the affected devices.
If we hear anything that may help, we'll be sure to let you know. Thanks for the heads up, Conan!
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